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WORTHINGTON — More than three years after saving his younger brother’s life in a house fire, an 11-year-old Brewster boy on Monday received rare recognition for his heroism.
WORTHINGTON — More than just recent Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center renovations will be shown off during an open house Sunday afternoon. “Minnesota Images,” a collection of 20 art works by Nan Karr Kaufenberg, will be on display inside the auditorium lobby. Kaufenberg will offer a gallery talk at 3 p.m., and live music and food are also planned.
WORTHINGTON — Today, Dale Peters and Dorothy Graf are both residents of Ecumen Meadows. Nearly 46 years ago, they were both at the scene of the one of the most notable bank heists in regional history.
WORTHINGTON — Growing up in Northfield, the late U.S. Sen. Paul Wellstone was Matt Pelikan’s self-professed hometown hero.
WORTHINGTON — King Turkey Day 2018 will be here soon, but the buttons for the community’s 79th annual celebration have already arrived. The theme for this year’s weekend, “North Star to the Lone Star,” is highlighted on the oval-shaped button and is a testament to the ever-strengthening bond between the communities of Worthington and Cuero, Texas, KTD Board of Directors President Terri Odell said Wednesday.
WORTHINGTON — Organizers of Worthington’s upcoming International Festival are working to make sure this year’s event is a party worth remembering. That’s what Jim Krapf, vice chair of the festival committee, had in mind when he designed the T-shirt for this year’s celebration.
WORTHINGTON — While there are no shortage of remarkable athletes throughout southwest Minnesota and northwest Iowa, there are many standouts in the classroom as well.
WORTHINGTON — This year’s Worthington Windsurfing Regatta and Music Festival T-shirt designer is no stranger to the annual event.
WORTHINGTON — It’s that time of year again, as the 13th annual Classic Car Show ’n Shine will take place beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday at Spomer Classics. With only a small chance of rain forecast and temperatures predicted to be in the mid-80s, Spomer Classics Owner Marv Spomer is expecting a banner day.
WORTHINGTON — A Sunday afternoon program hosted by Love INC of Worthington and local churches will focus on a common issue facing families everywhere — and it’s not directly related to faith. A screening of the film “Screenagers” will begin at 3 p.m. at Max 493, located at 1303 Oxford St. in Worthington. After the approximately 60-minute movie, attendees will have the opportunity to have small-group discussions about the film and its subject matter.